Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy covers what we collect and how we use, disclose, transfer and store your information.

If there are any questions regarding this Privacy Policy you may contact us using the information below.
Sea IT, Zuidbeekseweg 11, 4386ND Vlissingen the Netherlands
Phone: +31 877 846 813, E-mail: info@seait.nl
Netherlands Chamber of Commerce (KvK) registration number: 61353388

Well, actually we don't really collect any information. You may visit our site anonymously. We do however have a single pure functional cookie for the software, which generates a unique number to distinguish one visitor from another. No tracking, no advertisements, no sneaky pixels. Our server, based in the Netherlands, is maintaining some typical server logs. All the basics, as which errors popped up whilst serving which page request, which page requests were done etcetera. They are regularly flushed (mainly to save some webspace) and will only be used for either debugging or blocking an attacker. We will never pass on your personal data to third parties, with the exception if we are legally required to do so, and only after we have tried our very best to prevent that from happening.

Server Logs

So those 'typical server logs', what do they log exactly?

  • Your IP address
  • Pages you visit (titles and URLs) on our website and the date and time the page was visited
  • The URL where you clicked a link that sent you to our site (Referrer URL)
  • Links you click on our website that refer to external websites (Outlink)
  • Downloads from our website
  • An estimation of your location: country, region, city (we don’t collect your exact geolocation)
  • Other data: screen resolution, your local time, website speed, browser language
  • Browser user agent: which browser you use, your operating system, your device (desktop computer, smartphone, etc.).

We process this data insofar this is necessary for our legitimate interest to analyse the use and functioning of our website(s). Due to the privacy enhancing measures we take, the impact on your privacy is limited and we not ask for your consent.

Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) you have, among other things, the right to access the personal data we collect about you and in some cases the right to amend it or have it deleted. In certain cases you can ask us to stop processing your data or request us to provide your data to you in a machine-readable format. You can exercise your rights by sending an email or letter to us with your request; use the contact details listed above. To comply with your request, we might ask you to provide information to verify your identity. You can find more information about your rights on https://gdprexplained.eu and (probably) on the website of your local data protection authority. You can file a complaint with your data protection authority if you feel we have abused your personal data.

We might make changes to this privacy policy. If we change something important, we’ll announce that on our website.